AN SAS troop’s partner earned £4,000 in a week by posing in army clothes on OnlyFans.
Her pictures were taken down from the adult subscription site and wives and girlfriends are thought to have been banned from doing the same.
The special forces unit is worried that Chinese and Russian spies can get key information from the online posts.
A source told the Mirror: “Posting images on social media for members of the Special Forces is frowned upon. But mistakes happen.
“Troops have been warned about posting on TikTok and using apps like Strava as well as dating apps.
“These can help enemies of the state build up a profile of someone.”
The ban at the SAS HQ in Hereford follows crackdowns by US Navy Seals and Delta Force operators.
And we revealed in February that the Navy was investigating personnel for shooting X-rated films.
Lieutenant Claire Jenkins, 29, who used the name Cally Taylor, was making money selling “porn to order” with her seaman lover.
A number of their films were shot inside the Faslane nuclear submarine HQ, HMNB Clyde, near Glasgow.
Furious Navy top brass were worried foreign agents could blackmail the couple.
A Navy source said at the time: “The commanders can’t believe it. There could be all kinds of security risks involved.”
A Ministry of Defence spokesman said: “Where personnel fail to act in accordance with standards, we will not hesitate to take action.”
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